ELLSWORTH — The Maine Community Foundation has elected two members to its board of directors: Adilah Muhammad of Lewiston and Sarah Chappell Armentrout of Lyman.

Muhammad is a strategic planning and research consultant who has facilitated community change efforts between faith-based and public institutions at the local, state and national levels. She is past chairwoman of the Lewiston Downtown Neighborhood Action Committee and Task Force and serves on the boards of L/A Arts and Raise-Op Housing Cooperative.

Muhammad is a graduate of DePauw University and holds a master’s degree from the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine.

Armentrout co-founded Carlisle Academy Integrative Equine Therapy & Sports for individuals with and without special needs. The equestrian school provides assistance from clinical services to recreational riding and paralympic sports.

She has been in the field of equine-assisted therapy for 20 years and is a PATH International Advanced riding instructor and mentor.

Prior to Carlisle Academy, Armentrout worked in communications for Tom’s of Maine. She has served for nine years on MaineCF’s York County Committee, including as chairwoman. Armentrout is a graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.

A statewide organization with offices in Ellsworth and Portland, the Maine Community Foundation works with donors and other partners to improve the quality of life for all Maine people.

FMI: 1-877-700-6800, mainecf.org

Adilah Muhammad

Sarah Chappell Armentrout

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